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I have a wall outlet that is controlled with a wall switch. My ceiling has no lights and I want to be able to plug a lamp into one wall outlet (which is already controlled with the wall switch) and hook another lamp up across the room on another wall outlet but work on the same switch. So what I am asking have anyone seen a wireless device that plugs into the wall outlet and when it gets power it triggers the other wall outlet with its device to turn on said appliance. Please help!

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Also I know there are wireless devices to control but keep in mind I want two or more lamps controlled with just one wall switch,...no handheld remote controllers.
 

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I have a wall outlet that is controlled with a wall switch. My ceiling has no lights and I want to be able to plug a lamp into one wall outlet (which is already controlled with the wall switch) and hook another lamp up across the room on another wall outlet but work on the same switch. So what I am asking have anyone seen a wireless device that plugs into the wall outlet and when it gets power it triggers the other wall outlet with its device to turn on said appliance. Please help!

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Copy and paste your question here.

http://www.diychatroom.com/

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Keep googling, it's out there. Check smarthome.com as well, they have some products you might find useful.

We're not suppose to help DIY'ers on here though. Sorry man.
 

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